Scissor Sisters to have final ‘kiki’ at London fringe party

Frontman Jake Shears is set to DJ at British capital's over-the-top night out Sink The Pink to celebrate the US band's end of tour

Scissor Sisters to have final ‘kiki’ at London fringe party
01 November 2012

The Scissor Sisters will close their latest tour with a ‘Kiki’ wrap party at London’s infamous East End night out ‘Sink The Pink’.

Frontman Jack Shears will be spinning the decks at Bethnal Green Working Men’s club on Saturday (3 November).

The Scissor Sisters hinted earlier this month that a career break was immanent. Ana Matronic told the audience at Camden’s Roundhouse: ‘This will be the last time we will play in London for quite some time.’

She then added that the British fans will always be remembered as ‘the ones who got us first – and always get us best.’

The American group triumphed at the Brit Awards 2005 winning Best International Breakthrough, Best International Group and Best International Album.

Other DJs on the night are James Phillips, Bright Light Bright Light, Josh You Are and Bitches with Wolves.

Doors open from 9pm and close at midnight. Tickets are priced at £7 in advance or £10 on the door.

Watch the Scissor Sisters viral video for single Let’s Have a Kiki below:

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